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Ebenezer J. Hill

Ebenezer J. Hill, American congressman. member Connecticut Senate, 1886-1887; member Republican State Central Committee, 1 term; member 54th and 62d Congresses (1895-1913); member Committee on Ways and Means 10 years and of Banking and Currency Committee 8 years.

Background

  • Hill, Ebenezer J. was born on August 4, 1845 in Redding, Connecticut, United States. Son of Review Moses and Charlotte Ilsely (McClellan) Hill.

  • Education

    • Student Yale, 2 years (honorary Master of Arts, 1892).

    Career

    • President Norwalk (Connecticut) St. Railway Company, and Norwalk Gaslight Company several years. Now president Norwalk Mills Company and National Bank of Norwalk. Has held various local offices.

      Member Connecticut Senate, 1886-1887. Member Republican State Central Committee, 1 term. Member 54th and 62d Congresses (1895-1913).

      And 64th Congress (1915-1917), 4th Connecticut District. Member Committee on Ways and Means 10 years and of Banking and Currency Committee 8 years Home: Norwalk, Conn.

    Membership

    Member Connecticut Senate, 1886-1887. Member Republican State Central Committee, 1 term. Member 54th and 62d Congresses (1895-1913).

    Member Committee on Ways and Means 10 years and of Banking and Currency Committee 8 years.

    Connections

    • Married Mary E. Mosman, June 15, 1868.
    • father: Review Moses Hill
    • mother: Charlotte Ilsely (McClellan) Hill
    • spouse: Mary E. Mosman
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    Died September 27, 1917
    (aged 72)
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